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eBook Coming into Contact: Explorations in Ecocritical Theory and Practice ePub

by Annie Ingram,Ian Marshall,Daniel Philippon,Adam Sweeting,Amy Patrick,Angela Waldie,Anthony Lioi,Bruce Allen,Daniel Martin,David Mazel,James Barilla,Jeff Walker,Jennifer Wheat,Laura Walls,Lee Schweninger,Michael Cohen,Onno Oerlemans,Robert Hayashi,Tim Lindgren,Tina Gianquitto

  • ISBN: 0820328855
  • Category: History and Criticism
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: Annie Ingram,Ian Marshall,Daniel Philippon,Adam Sweeting,Amy Patrick,Angela Waldie,Anthony Lioi,Bruce Allen,Daniel Martin,David Mazel,James Barilla,Jeff Walker,Jennifer Wheat,Laura Walls,Lee Schweninger,Michael Cohen,Onno Oerlemans,Robert Hayashi,Tim Lindgren,Tina Gianquitto
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: University of Georgia Press (February 15, 2007)
  • Pages: 288
  • ePub book: 1943 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1703 kb
  • Other: rtf lit mobi doc
  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 197

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Coming into Contact plays at the rich, diverse, productive edges of ecocritical theory and praxis as it. .Daniel J. Philippon, the author of Conserving Words (Georgia), is an associate professor of rhetoric at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities.

Coming into Contact plays at the rich, diverse, productive edges of ecocritical theory and praxis as it effectively opens the field of onment studies to dynamic new approaches and international literatures. Contributors to the volume map multicultural literatures from India to Japan to America and chart previously unexamined places including swamps, internment camps, and sites of cultural displacement.

By Annie Merrill Ingram, Daniel J. Philippon, Adam W. Sweeting, Ian Marshall

By Annie Merrill Ingram, Daniel J. Sweeting, Ian Marshall. Coming into Contact: Explorations in Ecocritical Theory and Practice. A snapshot of ecocriticism in action, Coming into Contact collects sixteen previously unpublished essays that explore some of the most promising new directions in the study of literature and the environment. They look to previously unexamined or underexamined aspects of literature's relationship to the environment, including swamps, internment camps, Asian American environments, the urbanized Northeast, and lynching sites.

Coming into Contact plays at the rich, diverse, productive edges of ecocritical theory and praxis as it. Adam W. Sweeting, the author of Beneath the Second Sun and Reading Houses and Building Books, is an associate professor of humanities at Boston University, College of General Studies.

Annie Merrill, Annie Merrill Ingram, Ian Marshall, Daniel J. Sweeting.

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A snapshot of ecocriticism in action, Coming into Contact collects sixteen previously unpublished essays that explore some of the most promising new directions in the study of literature and the environment

Published by: University of Georgia Press.

A snapshot of ecocriticism in action, Coming into Contact collects sixteen previously unpublished essays that .

A snapshot of ecocriticism in action, Coming into Contact collects sixteen previously unpublished essays that explore some of the most promising new directions in the study of literature and the environment. Engaging both ecocritical theory and practice, these authors more closely align ecocriticism with the physical environment, with the wide range of texts and cultural practices that concern it, and with the growing scholarly conversation that surrounds this concern.

Coining into Contact. Explorations in ecocritical theory. Where Are We? Exploring the Boundaries of Ecocriticism. The University of Georgia Press Athens & London. Of Swamp Dragons: Mud, Megalopolis, and a Future for Ecocriticism 17. ANGELA WALDIE. Challenging the Confines: Haiku from the Prison Camps 39. Robert t. hayashi. Beyond Walden Pond: Asian American Literature and the Limits of Ecocriticism 58. LEE SCHWENINGER.

Coming into Contact: Explorations in Ecocritical Theory and Practice. Author(s): Francisco LaRubia-Prado. Series: Ecocritical Theory and Practice. Publisher: Lexington Books, Year: 2017 (2MB). Romanticism and animal rights. Author(s): Annie Merrill Ingram, Ian Marshall, Daniel J. Ecocritical Explorations in Literary and Cultural Studies: Fences, Boundaries, and Fields. Author(s): Patrick D. Murphy.

A snapshot of ecocriticism in action, Coming into Contact collects sixteen previously unpublished essays that explore some of the most promising new directions in the study of literature and the environment. They look to previously unexamined or underexamined aspects of literature's relationship to the environment, including swamps, internment camps, Asian American environments, the urbanized Northeast, and lynching sites. The authors relate environmental discourse to practice, including the teaching of green design in composition classes, the restoration of damaged landscapes, the persuasive strategies of environmental activists, the practice of urban architecture, and the impact of human technologies on nature.

The essays also put ecocriticism into greater contact with the natural sciences, including elements of evolutionary biology, biological taxonomy, and geology. Engaging both ecocritical theory and practice, these authors more closely align ecocriticism with the physical environment, with the wide range of texts and cultural practices that concern it, and with the growing scholarly conversation that surrounds this concern.